Question about DirectX 10 video card Tags: Nvidia Graphics Cards Windows Vista Directx Windows XP Graphics Last response: April 12, 2007 5:06 PM in Graphics & Displays Share liswara April 12, 2007 6:20:38 AM We all know that DirectX 10 can’t be used on XP but Vista, all I want to know is can I use DirectX 9 on XP playing DirectX 10 games? Or Can I use DirectX 10 on Vista playing DirectX 10 games with DirectX 9 video card such as Nvidia 7600GS? Any help or information will be much appreciated. More about : question directx video card lostandwandering April 12, 2007 5:06:04 PM Yes, your 7600 will be able to play DX10 games using DX9. They just won't have all the new eye candy. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Question about video card and directx, TIA Forum Question about DirectX9 and DirectX10 Forum ATI/AMD new AGP video card supporting DirectX 10.1 Forum SolvedQuestion about my video card and my case Forum SolvedQuestion about PCIE cord from psu to video card Forum Will video cards which can support Directx10 worth on XP? Forum question about HD 4870 card and DirectX 11 ?? Forum DirectX 9.0c vs. DirectX 10.0 compatable video cards Forum SolvedQuestion about the CPU's integrated video cards Forum Solvedpsu question about msi 660 gaming video card Forum SolvedI have some questions about compatibility between my motherboard and video card. Please help! Forum SolvedQuestion about video card/cpu pair Forum SolvedQuestion about 2nd hand video cards. Forum SolvedQuestion about my side fan that blows onto my video card (Intake or Exhaust) Forum SolvedQuestion about video card with artifacts Forum Question about Directx 11 and current gen gfx cards Forum SolvedQuestion about purchasing new video card. Forum SolvedQuestion about DirectX 11.2 Forum SolvedQuestion about DirectX Forum SolvedQuick Question about Directx11.2 and Directx on Installation Cd Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !